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A Night of Revolutionary Theatre - Blackness in Epic Measures
a Epic Play
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by Ras Jus Dawa-Colibri

COMPANY : Dawa Theatre Group
VENUE : Dawa Theatre Group at The Royal Peacock
ID# 412

SHOWING : April 00, 2002 - May 00, 2002

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Dawa Theatre Group Presents a collection of three powerfully engaged works. Following in the traditions of Brecht and his "Epic Theatre Movement" and Sartre as he defines "Theatre of Situations". Combined with the West African or "Total Theatre" forms. These are explosive works. The worksfeatured are "Betrothed to Vehemence", a play about three College students and how they grapple with patriotism, militancy and friendship. This play was especially written for the youth...To show them theatre as well as other classical mediums achieve a higher understanding in their times. "Bitter Refections Do Not Flatter" will spellbound you as the past of Blackness is set against the Future of Blackness, makes for an unsettling conclusion. The epic poem "Miraculous Weapon" by Aime Cesaire, adapted for stageprovides a Victorious end to the Night of Revolutionary Theatre. The works are all Written and Directed by Ras Jus Dawa-Colibri.


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